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downloading from BoardMaker Plus

I uploaded numerous things from BoardMaker Plus version 6 to Boardmaker Studio. The activities are there, I can see them, but I cannot figure out where to save them to when I download them. I am unable to print them or do anything with them?
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  • Hi Amy,

    Have you actually "imported" the boards into Studio yet? Once they are imported, they should be saved in the "Projects" folder. Below are the steps for importing the boards.

    You can import boards (.bm2), board packages (.zbp), and .zip files that were created in other versions of Boardmaker and save them as new Projects to use or edit in Boardmaker Studio.

    Note: You can import all print boards and most interactive boards. Some advanced boards and templates from other versions of Boardmaker cannot be imported into Studio.

    To import, follow these steps:

    1. Select File Menu > New > Project From Boardmaker Import. The My Boards folder will open.
    2. Select the .bm2, .zbp or .zip files you want to import as a Boardmaker Studio project.
    3.
    * Note: Ctrl + click will allow you to select multiple individual files.
    4. Select Open. The Boardmaker Import Setup dialog will open.
    5. Enter a title for the project in the New Project Name text box.
    6.
    * Note: You can return to the My Boards folder to reselect boards by selecting the Reselect Boards button on the Import Setup dialog.
    7. Select Import. A Conversion Warning dialog will open stating that the files have been successfully converted and listing any inconsistencies in the conversion process.
    8. Select OK on the Conversion Warning dialog. The new project will be saved in the Boardmaker Studio Project file and will open in the Designer workspace.

    Darren Walsh
    -Mayer-Johnson Technical Support
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